Housing Complex

Morning Links

A mega-apartment complex opens tomorrow near the NoMa-Eckington border. [DCmud]

A counter-counterargument in support of amending the Height Act. [Atlantic Cities]

Archstone sale could endanger CityCenter development. [WBJ]

A very cool visualization of Metro travel by the numbers. [Riding Metro]

Alternatives for the future of M Street SE/SW. [Southwest Quadrant]

A Silver Spring strip mall parking lot could become an urban park. [GGW]

America's richest metros aren't the ones you think—but D.C.'s still up there. [Atlantic Cities]

A castle once stood on Meridian Hill. [Ghosts of DC]

A limited but growing map of threatened historic buildings in D.C. [Curbed]

Mayor Vince Gray will clarify today what's already clear: U-turns through the Pennsylvania Avenue bike lanes are illegal. [DCist]

The line between D.C.'s haves and have-nots is growing more impenetrable. [Post]

Today on the market: Tudor-style Brightwood Park apartment for under $100k

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